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Trash's third LP backs down from the comparitively pop-oriented feel of its predecessor (Gate) and returns to Trash's primary sound -- fuzzy, abrasive, and energetic rock jams, with shouting vocals and a healthy slop-rock influence. Mihikawa, however, presents this with a more experimentally noisy quality than the band's debut, at times betraying the influence of fellow New Zealanders This Kind of Punishment ("The Difference") -- the record is probably the most artistically ambitious in the band's catalog, and frequently outshines the rest of their work.

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